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EIZO Makes Home Entertainment More Fun with FORIS FS2332 Full-HD Monitor


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Eizo Nanao Corporation today introduced the FORIS FS2332, a 23-inch full high-definition (1920 x 1080 native resolution) monitor. The FORIS FS2332 is targeted at the home entertainment market and includes several features to enjoy gaming, watching movies, photo editing, and reading ebooks.

The FORIS FS2332 comes with an IPS panel and LED backlight. The IPS panel has viewing angles of 178° and minimal color shift so two or more people can see the screen at once. The LED backlight is mercury free and consumes only 20 watts of power during normal use.

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IIRC, EIZO was 1 of the first companies to come out with a 3D monitor a few years back before 3D became so interesting to the masses. Unless this thing can do 120hz refresh, then I don't see anything worthy of my attention. There are plenty of LED monitors coupled with IPS panels nowadays, the only thing that is missing in the equation is the 120hz which everyone is more interested in, at least to me :)

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Hmmm, so am I to assume that this is an attempt by EIZO to make some inroads into the regular consumer market with displays that retain some of their pro-level features?
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A pallet of 1 billion colours to choose from 16.7 million colours?

Sorry, I do understand what it means I just find that wording hilarious.